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As video goes viral, Hardik Patel says it's BJP's 'dirty politics'

14 November 2017, 11:32 | Erica Roy

Video clip claiming Hardik in compromising situation goes viral

Hardik Patel says viral video is morphed, BJP is playing dirty games

In the video which was uploaded on You Tube, a man resembling Hardik Patel is shown with a woman in compromising position.

Hardik said that he is "amused" that the BJP is so "petrified" of his existence in the political sphere.

Couple of years ago when Hardik began his agitation, a sex CD had surfaced claiming that it was Hardik in the CD.

Dear Hardik Patel, don't worry. He also denied that such maligning practice was initiated by the BJP against its own leaders in the past.

"I'd said this before that first, these people released Sanjay Joshi's CD when he was on the rise". "What else can one expect from the BJP?" He said that he himself had said that a sex video featuring him would be released. The video clips, showing recording of the night of May 16, 2017, sent social media into a tizzy. BJP has done this before and will continue doing this even in the future.

However, Hardik called the videos fake.

"I told the media that such CDs will be circulated".

Reacting to the video, which was purportedly leaked on YouTube, Hardik tweeted: "This is the start of dirty politics". I am sure that BJP people would circulate some more CDs because the man who did it recently joined the party in Delhi. "You can defame me, it makes no difference, but this is insulting women of Gujarat".

"This is a morphed clip and I will give evidence in the coming days to prove my innocence". The videos claim to be from May when 24-year-old pro-reservation Patidar leader and his supporters shaved their heads and marched about 155 kilometres to demand "justice for Patels" ahead of the PM Narendra Modi's visit to Gujarat. "This was panned by BJP to secure around 50 seats in election but I don't care", he said.

Union Minister of Fertilisers and Chemicals Mansukh Mandaviya, on the other hand, that the BJP had nothing to do with the tape and instead targeted the Opposition Congress. This video clip appears to have been tampered with. However, the Patidar leader termed the video as fake and said that he predicted about the video 10 days back. "The people of Gujarat will avenge it", said AICC spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil.

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